Future world leaders, Generation Y-Not of students who have the will power to make a difference in the world.
The age group we’re starting with is 13-16 year old students. They are expected to present/communicate in the best way they choose the solution to the challenge they’re presented with.
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Challengers are the professional educators who present challenges to their students. As part of their preparation, they receive professional development training online and if possible, offline as well.
Challengers divide the C4C Challengees into teams of 3-5 students, present the challenges to them and explain the different aspects and steps of approaching the challenge. Challengers put their Challengees in touch with their Mentors. They also follow and evaluate their progress on a weekly basis.
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Each Mentor is assigned a team of 5 Challengees.
Mentors get in touch with students early in the semester, discuss the challenge and the Challengees‘s chosen approach to solving it. They are expected to challenge their ideas and connect them with people they could reach out to, to better understand the problem they’re trying to solve. Mentors contact the students at least 3 times while the challenge is in progress and are expected to meet the Challengees if they are in the same country.
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C4C Dumbledores are university professors, industry professionals and government officials. Their role entails the following:
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Challenge For Change is all about reinforcing Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills in the rising generations.
At Challenge For Change, we are
• Building the toolbox necessary for creative thinking and innovative design.
• Bridging the gap between various industries & academia, bringing real world problems to young students.
• Emphasizing leadership and ownership in young students by increasing their sense of responsibility towards their local community challenges.
• We encourage active learning, teach through games and have ongoing opportunities for practical experiences.
New ideas are always welcome. Please sign up if you could benefit our program in any of the areas mentioned above.
If you would like to get involved, please sign up! Generous supporters to the program with their time and resources are all welcome to join our family.
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